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Pagani Zonda S 7.3

June 2nd, 2010 · No Comments

Pagani Zonda S 7.3
The ZONDA design is the creation of Horacio Pagani, and can be summed up as the result of the intense search for aerodynamic and ergonomic aesthetics indelibly linked to the need to create unforgettable emotions.

The ZONDA S introduces new styling with the addition of an elongated “nose”, a feature that was already present in the first designs that Juan Manuel Fangio looked at back in 1988. At the back of the car a focal point is the original double airspoiler flanked by two aero flaps on the engine cover. These changes produce better aerodynamics over the whole vehicle and contribute to creating a strong visual impact. At the rear of the car new light clusters have been dynamically positioned and the new series of air intakes positioned around the four formidable exhaust pipess form an original cornice for this feature. One gets the general impression looking at the car of a leap forward in self-assertiveness echoed by the “jet” effect. Great attention has been paid to studying the position of the air intakes, the internal aerodynamics and the rear of the car. The ZONDA S is slightly longer by 50mm while still staying within the 2730 mm standard.
Pagani Zonda S 7.3 Picture
ZONDA has been for our team a complex search for easy solutions.
• The design is futuristic and provocative: a synthesis of art and high technology ;
• Carbon fibre offers many advantages and has great appeal; our team of technicians can truly say that they are second to none in understanding this material;
• Power and safety are guaranteed thanks to our partnership with Mercedes-AMG, official supplier of the formidable V12 engine;
• The privilege and satisfaction that comes from having created and developed our own ZONDA is a sensation as exclusive and personal as creating a piece of fine art.

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